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The Lobster Pod was created not so much for tiny living but instead for people who work at home and want a backyard studio/office. It was also created for camping and vacation experiences. But even though it wasn’t intended for tiny living, it can definitely be used for it if one wanted to, right? How would you customize this little lobster pod to make it the perfect little house for yourself?
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This amazing micro cabin treehouse is located in Tregaminion, St. Keverne, England, United Kingdom. It’s set in an ash tree with incredible views of the countryside and the sea. It’s right by Falmouth Bay so I’m sure there are some incredible sunsets.
The treehouse itself has a double bed, seating area, micro kitchen, and bathroom with composting toilet. Access to the cabin is via a wooden staircase.
A Treehouse Poem
A tree house, a free house,
A secret you and me house,
A high up in the leafy branches
Cozy as can be house.
A street house, a neat house,
Be sure and wipe your feet house
Is not my kind of house at all-
Let’s go live in a tree house.
More info and pics are available at the Airbnb listing for this treehouse. It’s available as a vacation rental in case you’re interested someday.
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Most of the work you need to do will require a table saw, band saw, drill, and your everyday hand tools.
Click here to the complete step by step instructions which include designing your mock up/design, trailer conversion, cuts, walls, internal structure, roof, and more.
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This micro A-frame cabin / bunkhouse has 9 beds inside! It’s a shelter for mountain climbers and hikers. It’s built to support heavy snow loads and if you wanted can be dismantled and stored during the harsh winters. Everything is prefabricated and delivered to the site via helicopter. It was put together by 12 people.
Images: Flavio Pesamosca
Architect: Giovanni Pesamosca
Engineer: Valentina Bertolutti
More info here at the architect’s website.
See the original article here at Design Boom.
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The V House is a vacation experience in Mexico with views of the ocean at Yelapa Bay.
It’s on the Verana property and there are 3 available micro cabins.
I just think it would be awesome to have this style of structure on my own piece of property as an alternative to a treehouse.
Images: Boutique Homes
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The Looper is a portable lightweight travel pod inspired by the caterpillar by a company called Nomadic Resorts.
It’s made of a lightweight fabric that’s stretched over a wooden frame.
Each segment folds out and inside you’ll find a bathroom, sleeping area, changing area, patio deck, and even a micro office.
And it has air conditioning. With the push of a button the roof opens up to bring the outside in without having to leave.
Even better, the pod is equipped with a solar canopy to power your lights and air conditioning.
It doesn’t stop there.. The little mobile structure also collects rainwater and recycles it for you so you can take hot solar powered showers.
This little structure is so flexible it can be built in the desert, on a floating deck, or anywhere else you might think of.
Learn more here.
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For me living simply in a micro cabin like this one off the grid is a little unrealistic. This is mostly because because there’s no kitchen although there is a grill on the property to cook and you can use the outdoor space to prep, etc. Or even create an additional tiny kitchen structure to fix this issue so it’s definitely possible for me with a few adjustments and additions. On the property is a nearby solar shower and composting toilet which is pretty awesome. More info on this micro cabin here.
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“This secluded one-bedroom cabin, located minutes away from the south entrance to Yosemite, overlooks a forested meadow of wild flowers and native trees – and the occasional deer.” (source)
You can rent this cabin for your next vacation, if you’re interested in that click here.
What do you like best about this tiny modern cabin? If you want, share in the comments below, we’d all love to hear it. For me it’s the clean, modern look and feel of the wood throughout.
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I thought you’d just love this micro cabin / gypsy wagon set up for you to rent and vacation in over at the Avalanche Ranch in Redstone, Colorado.
The wagons are like ‘fancy camping’ according to their site because they have a mattress inside with a coffee maker, teas, towels, BBQ grill and picnic table nearby.
There are no kitchens or bathrooms and they’re located right by the hot spring pools so there are showers and bathrooms you can use there.
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